A 2017 Collection by Tyler Shields

Pop Art by Tyler Shields

In this just released print, Tyler Shields strays away from his usual provocative and controversial subject matter to touch upon a new one, Pop Art. “I have seen this image in my head for a long time now it is so nice to be able to see it in real life.” says Shields as he pays homage to Andy Warhol’s iconic Marilyn and Campbell’s Soup.

About Tyler Shields

Artinfo.com calls Tyler Shields “Hollywood’s Hottest and Most Twisted Photographer”, GQ puts him in the 100 Best Things in the World and LA Weekly says: “The mystery behind his relationships and habits captivate the media, not unlike the art world’s best-known friend of the famous, Andy Warhol.” Tyler Shields photoshoots with celebrities such as Heather Morris & Lindsay Lohan have made headlines on CNN and every media outlet. Tyler Shields continues to shock the public with his rebellious works.

Tyler Shields is a photographer, film director, and writer, best known for his unique, controversial, shock evoking captures of Hollywood celebrities. In addition to his Fine Art photographs, he has shot campaigns for brands like Nike, Adidas, Playboy, Harley Davidson, and Gergé Swiss watches, among others. In 2014, the publishing of Tyler Shields book, including Smartest Man and The Dirty Side of Glamour, the completion of his first feature-length film, Final Girl, became huge successes.

As we step into the disturbing world of Shields, we find his images with no other purpose other than to shock. In 2010 the star, Lindsey Lohan tweeted Tyler requesting to shoot, Tyler tended to the request. The result was blood splattered and seductive with a femme-fatale vampire Lindsey who held a butchers knife to her own throat and even portraits brandishing a gun. Along with these violent scenes, Shields collected blood from 20 celebrities to make a piece of art for his Life Is Not a Fairytale exhibit in Los Angeles. Shields also appeared to stage the “shooting” a party-goer with a gun that year at the release party for his book Collisions, as an appropriated piece of performance art en homage to the cans of Fluxus artist Piero Manzoni. More controversy arose in 2012 when Shields released a photograph of his girlfriend Francesca Eastwood burning, sawing, and biting a $100,000 Hermès Birkin Bag for a photoshoot. His controversial and violent images, and frequently drawing criticism from animal rights activists and women’s group.

ARTWORK

Madison by Tyler Shields
Madison by Tyler Shields
Madison by Tyler Shields
2017
Red white and smoke by Tyler Shields
Red white and smoke by Tyler Shields
Red white and smoke by Tyler Shields
2017
Grab by Tyler Shields
Grab by Tyler Shields
Grab by Tyler Shields
2017
Ballet by Tyler Shields
Ballet by Tyler Shields
Ballet by Tyler Shields
2017
Glitter Ballet by Tyler Shields
Glitter Ballet by Tyler Shields
Glitter Ballet by Tyler Shields
2017
Butterflies by Tyler Shields
Butterflies by Tyler Shields
Butterflies by Tyler Shields
2017
Red, Blonde and Blue by Tyler Shields
Red, Blonde and Blue by Tyler Shields
Red, Blonde and Blue by Tyler Shields
2017
Grapefruit By Tyler Shields
Grapefruit By Tyler Shields
Grapefruit By Tyler Shields
2017
Mouth By Tyler Shields
Mouth By Tyler Shields
Mouth By Tyler Shields
2017
Mascara by Tyler Shields
Mascara by Tyler Shields
Mascara by Tyler Shields
2017
Bubbles by Tyler Shields
Bubbles by Tyler Shields
Bubbles by Tyler Shields
2017
Sparkles, Cries Blood
Sparkles by Tyler Shields
Sparkles by Tyler Shields
2017
glitter face by tyler shields
Glitter Face by Tyler Shields
Glitter Face by Tyler Shields
2017
Bunny II By Tyler Shields
Bunny II By Tyler Shields
Bunny II By Tyler Shields
2017
Make America Paint Again by Tyler Shields
Make America Paint Again by Tyler Shields
Make America Paint Again by Tyler Shields
2017
Pop Art by Tyler Shields
Pop Art by Tyler Shields
Pop Art by Tyler Shields
2017
Beach Girls by Tyler Shields
Girls at the Beach by Tyler Shields
Girls at the Beach by Tyler Shields

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